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  • 101Light horse field ambulance — A light horse field ambulance was an Australian World War I military unit whose purpose was to provide medical transport and aid to the wounded and sick soldiers of a Australian Light Horse brigade.Typically an ambulance was commanded by a… …

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  • 102Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Strathcona. Lord Strathcona s Horse (Royal Canadians) Insigne du Lord Strathcona s Horse (Royal Canadians) …

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  • 103Crazy Horse — noun a chief of the Sioux who resisted the invasion of the Black Hills and joined Sitting Bull in the defeat of General Custer at Little Bighorn (1849 1877) • Syn: ↑Tashunca Uitco • Instance Hypernyms: ↑Indian chief, ↑Indian chieftain, ↑Sioux,… …

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  • 104List of Canadian soldiers executed for military offences — First World WarDuring the First World War, members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force were subject to British military discipline, which allowed execution by firing squad for crimes such as desertion or cowardice. During the war, 25 Canadian… …

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  • 105Iron Horse (poem) — Iron Horse is a poem written by Allen Ginsberg. It is an important part of his sequence of poems written in the mid to late sixties. Iron Horse was published as a booklet in 1974 by City Lights. ContentThe first part of Iron Horse was composed… …

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  • 106Chetak (horse) — Cetak, or Chetak, was the horse of Rana Pratap, whom Pratap rode during the Battle of Haldighati, June 21, 1576. Chetak died in this battle and since then has been immortalized in the ballads of Rajasthan. The warhorse was of Kathiawari or… …

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  • 107Trojan horse — Tro′jan horse′ n. 1) myt a gigantic hollow wooden horse that the Greeks left at the gates of Troy as a feigned sacrifice: once the horse was within the walls, soldiers emerging from it allowed the Greek army to enter and conquer the city 2) a… …

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  • 108The Foot Soldiers — is a post apocalyptic superhero comic book written by Jim Krueger and with art by Mike Oeming. It concerns a world where traditional super heroes once existed, but have since been killed by oppressive robotic beings who rule what s now a… …

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  • 109Trojan Horse — noun a large hollow wooden figure of a horse (filled with Greek soldiers) left by the Greeks outside Troy during the Trojan War • Syn: ↑Wooden Horse • Regions: ↑Greece, ↑Hellenic Republic, ↑Ellas • Instance Hypernyms: ↑figure …

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  • 110trojan horse — fifth column fifth col umn, n. [from a statement during the Spanish Civil War (1936) that the Falange had four columns of soldiers marching on the city, and a fifth column already there (i.e. sympathizers inside the Republican lines).] 1. a group …

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  • 111Trojan horse — noun Etymology: from the large hollow wooden horse filled with Greek soldiers and introduced within the walls of Troy by a stratagem Date: 1837 1. someone or something intended to defeat or subvert from within usually by deceptive means 2. a… …

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  • 112Major Mercer of the Worcestershire horse — Major Mercer, the commander of the Worcestershire horse,[1] played a significant part in the Battle of Worcester in 1651, but although mentioned in primary sources his full name is not given in them.[2][3] David Laing speculated that he was John… …

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  • 113salt horse — pickled meat served to sailors and soldiers …

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  • 114Cavalry — Cavalrymen redirects here. For the 1955 French film, see Les Hussards. French 4th Hussar at the battle of Friedland, 1807 …

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  • 115Horses in warfare — War horse redirects here. For other uses, see War horse (disambiguation). A modern day joust at a …

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  • 116Siege of Oxford — The Siege of Oxford was a Parliamentarian victory late in the First English Civil War. Whereas the title of the event may suggest a single siege, there were in fact three individual engagements.The first engagement was in May 1644, during which… …

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  • 117Liste von Kriegsfilmen — Es ist teilweise umstritten, welche Spielfilme als „Kriegsfilme“ gelten können. Wie im Hauptartikel Kriegsfilm dargelegt, gibt es die Auffassung, nur die Thematisierung moderner Kriege rechtfertige das Etikett „Kriegsfilm“. Hiervon abweichend… …

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  • 118Nicholas M. Nolan — Nicholas M. Nolan …

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  • 119Doug Stanton — is an author and a founder of the Traverse City Film Festival. He graduated from the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan and Hampshire College in Massachusetts.[1] Contents 1 Biography 2 Books 3 …

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